This is a brochure promoting tourism in Dodge City, Kansas. Obtained from the Kansas Underground Salt Museum in July, 2014.Promotional item, has no commercial value.Technical information: Scanned using a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 at 300dpi on 6/4/2015 using Windows 7. OCR via the ABBYY FineReader engine. Topics: Dodge City, Kansas, Old West
This is about a drifter in the old west. He meets a woman who works at the local saloon and saves her. I don't want to give too much away so just watch and enjoy! Topic: western old west machinima sims2
The Old Trading Post Western Store proudly presents our super selection of western gun holsters and western gun belts! No self respecting cowboy should be without one of these quality western gun belt sets to holster his shooting irons.Our popular western gun holsters and western gun belts are perfect for cowboy reenactments, Wild West shows, stage prop western gun holsters, western movie and television productions and cowboy shoot outs.Address:- 19431 Rue De Valor, 27G Foothill Ranch CA... Topics: old west holsters, western shoulder holsters
LibriVox recording of The Adventures of Buffalo Bill, by William Cody, Col. Buffalo Bill was arguably, the most recognized man in the world when he penned this book. The first four stories are of some of his adventures and the remaining 6 are autobiographical. All of them have been proved to be historically accurate in all important aspects. From his service as chief scout for the 3rd Cavalry during the plains wars, to his pony express service and finally the story of how he got his nickname... Topics: buffalo bill, librivox, audiobook, autobiography, old west Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself. Read by William A. Crenshaw. Autobiography of Cole Younger, American Civil War veteran and member of the Jesse James gang. Cole Younger was a member of Quantrill's Raiders during the Civil War and along with his brother, Jim Younger and the James brothers, robbed banks and trains during the 1870's. (Summary by William A Crenshaw) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: LibriVox, audiobook, memoirs, autobiography, Old west Bank Robbers, American Civil War, American... Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A man is bent on suicide. As there are biblical restrictions to taking your own life, the local bartender offers to kill him as a matter of friendship. As he cocks the trigger of his Colt-45 he explains the hole will be big enough for a cat to jump through and not touch meat. Topics: old west, Linderman, suicide, black humor, Missouri,Colt-45,murder
This is an early 50's comic book. Characters featured are Geronimo, Cochise, Nachez, Red Sleeve, Victorio and Chato. Use CDisplay to read it. CDisplay is available on archive.org Topics: Indians, Native Americans, Cowboys, Old West, Wild West
byNouveau Performance Troupe aka New Name Performance
Part of "The Ghost of Chloride Canyon" a live theatrical production at the Nouveau Theater in San Jose, CA. Filmed at the History Park in Kelley Park and at New Almaden Quicksilver County Park. Produced by Robin McCain & Leslie Streit. Directed by Leslie Streit. Topics: San Jose Theater, multimedia, performance art, dance, mining, old west
The only woman in a California mining camp dies giving birth. As any of the men could have been the father, they do the right thing and become the babies collective parent. There really was a place called Roaring Camp but it wasn't a mining camp it was a logging camp. Fremont and his men spent time there. It's near the present day town of Felton known for its steam railroad ride. It's reached along the route from Scotts Valley to Santa Cruz. Harte apparently liked the name and used it. The text... Topics: audio books, old west, gold country, Bret Harte Source: www.storyspieler.com
LibriVox recording of Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888, by Frances M. A. Roe. Read by Sue Anderson. "There appeared from the bushes in front of me, and right in the path, two immense gray wolves . . . Rollo saw them and stopped instantly, giving deep sighs, preparing to snort, I knew . . . To give myself courage, I talked to the horse, slowly turning him around . . . when out of the bushes in front of us, there came a third wolf! The situation was not pleasant and without... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, letters, Old West, army life, Fort Lyon Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
There were many western heros, real and imagined. Martha Cannary Burk was the woman known as Calamity Jane. She was so deadly with a gun that the highway bandits let her go by when she was an express rider. She leaped from her horse onto a runaway stage when the driver had been shot. She was the real thing. She wrote this short account of her amazing adventures. The text for this account may be found at www.gutenberg.org Topics: Calamity Jane, old west, adventures, sharp shooter, fighter, strong women Source: www.storyspieler.com
In the mining town of Smith's Pocket Mliss (Melissa) has grown up without a mother and with a drunk for a father. She shows up at the school house and announces she wants an education. Between Mliss and the school master it is a question of who is teaching whom. This story so captivated the young Rudyard Kipling that when he left India to go to London he came by way of San Francisco. In his visit to the gold country he fancied he saw young girls who were the image of Mliss. The text for this... Topics: audio books, old west, gold country, Bret Harte Source: www.storyspieler.com
A beautiful Colt 45 with mother-of-pearl handle is traded. It's a mechanical disaster and the only one in danger from it is the person who tries to fire it. The trick is to trade it while the next mark is still in the thrall of its beauty and to get as far away as possible before the new owner tries to fire it. Topics: Colt 45, Frank Bird Linderman, old west, gun trades
As a child, on radio and later television I knew the Cisco Kid as "O. Henry's famous Robin Hood of the old west." The character only appears in one story and this is it. He is more infamous than famous. Whether he is intended to be Hispanic or not is never spelled out. Topics: audio books, fiction, Cisco Kid, O. Henry, old west, killers Source: www.storyspieler.com
A Navajo horse blanket is missing. A sheep herder is suspected. The sheriff and his posse round up the suspect and he is brought to trial. But as this town had no sheriff, judge, or court, the terrified sheepherder is actually getting the squeeze to provide as many rounds of drinks as possible to the mock court before his funds run out. Topics: old west, Frank Bird Linderman, justice, court, robbery, saloon, sheepherder, cowpunchers
Howdy, pardners! Boss Brent and Switch the Kid rustle up the roughest, toughest Western music to ever stampede out of a game console. In other words, the topic of Episode 56 is music from Western themed games and levels. So get your spurs on and hold on to your hoss as Boss & The Kid ride with you into the sunset! Yee-haw!! Topics: nes, snes, genesis, sega, nintendo, super nintendo, vgm, video game music, westerns, old west,...
About Poker Alice Ivers:Poker Alice (1851 - 1930), was a famous poker player in the American West. She stood out not only as one of the earliest women poker players, but also as one of the most well-known Old West gamblers. In fact, of all the Old West women to make their mark in history, Poker Alice was respected as an honest, hard-working businesswoman who didn't hesitate to defend her family and business interests.About the Ballad of Poker Alice:A Sonoma County, California resident, Larry... Topics: poker alice, alice ivers, ballad of poker alice, female gamblers, old west gamblers, larry kenneth...
This is a woodcut illustration by (WT&H of St. Louis) Woodward, Tiernan and Hale, Engravers, Publishers. The title of the image is "Farmers Loading Broom Corn at Salina Station, Kansas Pacific Railway" and it shows a pile of corn stalk brooms bails being delivered to the Salina Kansas train station. Hidden behind the bails is seen the train, station, telephone-telegraph lines. In the foreground are three horse drawn carriages, two of which have bails still on them, while the third... Topics: Train station, Horse drawn carriage, Telephone, Telegraph, Farming, Business, Broom, Manufacturing,...
Episode "Cavalry's Coming" of the western-sitcom "Dusty's Trail", which was created by the same person as "Gilligan's Island" and "The Brady Bunch". ************************************ Info from Wikipedia: Dusty's Trail was a 1973-1974 syndicated television series set in the 1800s about a small group of travelers separated from their wagon train who become lost. Dusty's Trail stars Bob Denver as Dusty, the assistant to the leader of a wagon train, and... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Western, Sitcom, Old West, Gilligan's Island, The Brady Bunch
A 5 minute sampler featuring excerpts from Phasen's album on Nostalgic Music Foundation. Out Sept. 2008. See www.nostalgicmusicfoundation.net for more info. Topics: Phasen, Listening to old west coast rap, nostalgic, music, foundation, ryan, parmer, florida, idm,...
Jeff Briggs is the proprietor of a wayside inn, the Half-way House. One night during a violent storm stagecoach driver Yuba Bill and a male passenger come in. The man's wife and daughter are still in the coach which is some distance away. Yuba Bill fetches the wife and Jeff brings in the daughter. He thinks he is carrying a child and soothes her accordingly. Once inside he finds the daughter to be Jessie, a beautiful young woman. They are instantly smitten although neither will admit it. Aside... Topics: audio books, old west, gold country, Bret Harte, hen lit, love, romance Source: www.storyspieler.com
This week, the boys break their own record and have a heartfelt discussion about "The Good Ol' Days." Also...Daniel damn near socks Chip in the face over the term "The Cape Cod." Topics: Comedy, Podcast, Free, The Old West, Tombstone, Doc Holiday, Cape Cod, Cowboys
The mining community of Poker Flat decides to expel 6 people. Two of them make it as far as the nearest tree. The remaining four are Oakhurst the gambler, Uncle Billy, town drunk and suspected sluice robber, and two professional women.They head out for the nearest settlement over the Sierras and are trapped by an early snow. The text for this story may be found at www.gutenberg.org. Search authors for Harte, Bret. Topics: audio book, old west, gold country, Bret Harte, Sierras, early snow storm Source: www.storyspieler.com
An updated sampler for Phasen's imminent full length album, Listening To Old West Coast Rap, coming in March at www.nostalgicmusicfoundation.net Topics: Phase, NMF, Nostalgic, Music, Foundation, Ryan, Parmer, Sampler, Album, Teaser, Listening To Old...
This week, Chip and Daniel are recorded with their knowledge in an attempt to make the show "real." Topics: Comedy, Podcast, Free, The Old West, Tombstone, Doc Holiday, Cape Cod, Cowboys, Ricky Gervais, BBC,...
Thanks to everyone who came out for the opening of our Argus photo exhibit last night! The show is up for another month, so please check it out. The Argus camera company was a significant contributor to Ann Arbor's economy until 1962 when camera production stopped here. Today, the original factory has been converted to offices. Even some townies aren't aware of it, but there is a nice permanent exhibit of all the Argus Camera models and other related paraphernalia located in the second-floor... Topics: digital, Ann Arbor, Argus, Argus Building, Argus Camera, Argus, Incorporated, Argus Factory, Argus... Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vox/2853331408/
Inaugural "walk and talk" interview with Old West Durham Neighborhood Association President, John Schelp. Topics: Primus First, John Schelp, Kevin Primus, Old West Durham, Durham, Neighborhood, Interview, Surgeon...
An all-new audio drama from 63audio, "By Order of Buck Brady" is based on a Western-Fiction short story of the same name by W. C. Tuttle, currently in the public domain. This is Episode 3 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", a planned series of 12 dramas, each based on a different pulp fiction genre, and created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. All materials such as sound effects and music in this production were sourced from the public... Topics: audio drama, old-time radio, pulp fiction, theater, theatre, audio, w c tuttle, western, cowboy,...
byText by Upton Terrell Audiobook Produced & Spoken by Paul Birchard
ADAM CARGO - a novel by Upton Terrell. = Audiobook = Produced & Spoken by Paul Birchard. A young writer listens to the life story of an old man in Santa Fé in the 1930's, determined to set it down as he hears it, without embellishment. From the rambling and disconnected memories, a fascinating tale emerges, of a genuine outlaw in the old New Mexico territory. Starting out like a Western pulp fiction novel, ADAM CARGO expands, shifting seamlessly into a meditation on the... Topics: Upton Terrell, forgotten classic, novel, New Mexico, American Southwest, Paul Birchard, outlaw, Old...
Not anything too exciting--it's just that these last few shots are my poignant goodbye to the now-lensless Rosko... Topics: Rosko, Diana clone, light leak, Sq, Konica Pro 400, expired, 5 years, Ann Arbor, OWS, Old West... Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vox/3338107747/